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Tuesday, August 30, 2005
The Adventures of Richard and Rashid - #4

This is the continuing series entitled 'The Adventures of Richard and Rashid', the story of a British commissioner, Richard O' Reily, who sailed to Malaya to educate an accidental Public Affairs Minister, Rashid bin Razak, in order to establish relations between the two worlds in the 18th Century.

Rashid : Haih..

Richard: What's the matter, Rashid?

Rashid : Takdela.. kami orang ni sampai sekarang pun masih belum ada kerajaan, masih diasingkan negeri masing - masing..

Richard: Well at least you still have your kings and your respective laws.

Rashid : Ya, tapi sudah beratus - ratus tahun kami dijajahi kuasa asing. Sekarang orang Inggeris pulak.

Richard: No, we don't want to take over your country, we just want to take over your econom... I mean, er.. help your people.

Rashid : Kau nak tolong kami? Dengan memperkenalkan residen jahat?

Richard: Hmm... resident evil... peculiar term.

Rashid : Haih.. takde harap la..

Richard: Don't worry, Rashid. Within a hundred years, your people will unite as one nation and declare independance, living harmoniously in a diverse community. Someday, this land will develop, progressing as a prosperous country thus gaining significance in the world's economy. Its citizens will proudly stand in the sight of the national flag that will be truly unique as they sing their beloved national anthem.

(Richard and Rashid looks at each other for two and a half seconds)

Richard: ...

Rashid : ...

Richard & Rashid: HAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAHHHAHHAHAAHAHAHAA

Tune in next time for more... 'The Adventures of Richard and Rashid'

Richard: Hahahah.. *sniff* my sides hurt..

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Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/30/2005 10:17:00 PM

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Sunday, August 28, 2005
Have you ever noticed?

Do any of you watch The Kumars at No. 42 and Malaysian Idol? If you have seen both, have you ever noticed that Sanjeev Kumar sounds almost exactly the same as Paul Moss? Voice, intonation and all? Considering that they're two different people from two different worlds, and they both appear on TV, its an odd concidence..



And all you Harry Potter fans, have you ever noticed how weird Harry's facial expression is on the cover? I mean.. lets analyse the picture.



Picture A shows Harry's right eye covered. Harry looks confident, determined, and ready in anticipation any danger ahead. This is true to the his character as described in the book.
Picture B shows Harry's left eye covered. Harry looks fearful, shaken, and to a certain extent, emotional. This totally reveals the weak side of the boy wizard, that is if he has any.
Picture C shows both Harry's eyes. With a logical analytical approach, I infer that this picture shows a scared, brave, perplexed, prepared, and emotional Harry.

I conclude that his face looks plain funny.

End of analysis.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/28/2005 11:26:00 PM

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Lip-Synch, yes. at
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Friday, August 26, 2005
Paul McCartney's Band on the Run

Hidden in my cupboard sat a dusty set of CDs, only to be unearthed in the new light by my watchful eye. Amongst the collection of nostalgic value, I found a name that was too familiar to me: Paul McCartney.

I grew up listening to the Beatles, becoming their fan even though I was too young to actually understand the beauty of their music. Before most others do within their lifetime, I have already learned their names and faces as a boy. Their movie 'Help!' also fuelled my interest in their musical identity, I watched it a million times.

Years on, after listening to their greatest hits, B-sides, pre-master takes, covers, and unreleased single, Band on the Run by Paul McCartney & Wings became a truly worthy find. Their title track of the same name reflects the nature and quality of the following ones.

The one track that seeped into my soul was 'Bluebird'. Naturally, I like soothing tones, thus the gentle personality you see in me (to be argued on later, if needed).

In a nutshell, this is a must-listen album to all Beatles fans and classic rock enthusiasts. In fact, give it a 5 out of 5, for what the songs are worth.

I know it will be difficult to find these songs in your P2P Network (KazaA or whatnot), so I put this album up as a torrent. Download torrent file here. I hope it works for you.

If you don't have a BitTorrent Client, download BitComet here. More info on the album here or just google it.

Enjoy.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/26/2005 09:30:00 PM

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Kenny Sia vs. Xiaxue

Roll On the Ground Laughing Out Loud = ROGLOL!!!!
I never knew a single photograph can make me laugh so much...

Before you get the joke, let me introduce to you the Best Asian Blog of 2005.
http://xiaxue.blogspot.com

Here is the blogger who calls herself Xiaxue. Good blog. Just check out the main page. Maybe read a post or two. Now...

Enter: Kenny Sia, a renowned blogger in Malaysia who at one point challenges Xiaxue in a way that... crap I can't find the right words.

Just check out this post

If you want to read the first part of the post, go ahead. I'm referring to the last two images in the post, that is before the comments.

Brace youself..

Editor's note: this post no longer apply, Xiaxue has changed her template design

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/26/2005 09:11:00 PM

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Thursday, August 25, 2005
Dust

Check out this drawing by Wong Ying Ying

Fill them comments...

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/25/2005 12:23:00 AM

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omg..i had no idea ying ying could draw like that! dude..that's amazing. =) at
8/25/2005 10:24:00 AM
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Tuesday, August 23, 2005
When biker met door

I caused a road accident this morning. All I did was open the door..

My dad was driving me to college like any other day. He stopped at the side of the road so I could get down and make my way to class through a side-entrance. The very second I opened the door, a motorcyclist crashed on it from behind.

If I had opened the door two seconds sooner, I would have been hit when I stepped out.

My fault for not looking before opening. How was I supposed to know a biker would come by? Alas, no amount of defense could justify, the blame is on me alone.


I guess I should thank God nobody was hurt. Otherwise, things could get ugly. My left hand was this close to being mauled. Oh how I treasure my left hand. Without it, I am not able to play a single musical instrument.

God, forgive me for my sins..

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/23/2005 11:27:00 PM

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Justin Justin. Thank God! Really, you're a road hazard. First your mum's car while you're driving and now your dad's car even while you're not driving. Better you stay home la, or go to night safaris

-sarahteo
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8/25/2005 12:56:00 AM
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What happened to the biker??? No pics of his mutilated bike? :( at
8/25/2005 07:45:00 AM
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To Sarah:

Yeah I'm not very safe am I. Can I still borrow your car? :P

To Kevin:

No, I wouldn't take a picture of the bike right in front of the angry motorist when it was clearly my fault, would I?
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8/25/2005 09:22:00 AM
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Another reason to get Firefox

And that would be:

My blog is incompatible with Microsoft Internet Explorer. I assume that this is due to a source code mismatch. Either that or my content is just too intelligent for it.

Get it at
www.getfirefox.com

Besides, Firefox is a heaven-sent. Nobody in the world would want to stick to Internet Explorer. Trust me.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/23/2005 10:01:00 PM

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Sunday, August 21, 2005
Night Safari @ Zoo Negara

Huh? Malaysia got Night Safari one ahh? Got...... just go to Zoo Negara at night.

>.<

That was precisely what I did yesterday, despite our designated driver calling in sick. There was no point for me to drive as I do not know the way and sometimes, it gets a little tricky fitting thirteen people into a Hyundai Accent .

So we took the LRT.

By the time we got there, it was dark. When I said dark, I mean dark. Also, it wsa pretty dark. And did I mention that it was dark?


As shown in the picture above, I seemed to have lost my head. Looking back, I couldnt really remember when it came off. I must be really engrossed in the picture I was trying to take with my phone.

The animals looked pretty bored when we jakunly gazed at them. Its as if they are the ones who find what they see beyond the fence uninteresting. Yi Lin, the cameraman for the day, would prefer to take pictures of people, like this one over here.


I was happily sipping my orange juice when I noticed there was a ready camera behind me. In response, my natural instincts kicked in like lightning. I even added in a raised eyebrow to add an extra 'surpised' effect in reaction to the sudden presence of that camera. You know, sometimes I really could not control my body.

To add to the darkness, the rain that fell had somewhat hindered our humble outing. Thankfully, it did not last very long; after which Yi Lin was forbidden from singing. The train drivers were still willing to drive, and the animal shows still went on despite the discouraging conditions and turn-ups at that point.

Speaking of animal shows, we expected sea lions (the stage mostly consists of water) but they only showcased animals 'yang aktif pada waktu malam'. The snake, owl, and two rodents were, according to that host-guy, commonly found in Malaysia. Geez, that is totally not the point isn't it? And they should give more creative names to them, unlike 'Boboi' or 'Black'.

We then adjourned to Marry Brown for a bite. I don't know who this Marry Brown is, but he/she should really consider feeding his/her chickens before slaughter. The two pieces of friend chicken that Eugene ordered were just about as big as my fist, in terms of volume. Due to monetary difficulties, I ordered porridge. Eating porridge at a fast-food outlet in a zoo; sounds pretty uncommon doesn't it.


Don't get me wrong, I did have a good time.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/21/2005 12:23:00 AM

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I think i read it in the papers that Zoo Negara's Night Safari isn't doing well.

Maybe you can email your post to the Zoo Negara people. Enlighten them.
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8/21/2005 03:01:00 AM
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lONG TIME AGO, THEY BANNED CAMERAS FROM BEING TAKEN IN.

BUT WITH HANDPHONE CAMERS, THEY CAN DO NOTHING?
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8/21/2005 06:14:00 AM
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To vivian:

I think they are fully aware of the situation. It's just that the government would rather spend on 'worthy' things like National Service.

To anonymous:

Well I guess they lifted the ban by now.
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8/21/2005 01:58:00 PM
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The government. The zoo.
A guy from Nigeria said I was to inherit money from a "foreginer." Who falls for that?

The dog cut her foot on the way to work today. I have to carry her to her poopspot across the street.
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8/21/2005 02:52:00 PM
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Saturday, August 20, 2005
Back from nowhere

For the past couple of days, I have been trying out Wordpress, an open-source blog using your own server. Importing my old entries from Blogspot is possible but due to unidentifiable restrictions within the server I used I cannot do so. Hence, I will stick to Blogspot for the time being. Maybe I will manually transfer the entries myself...

Till next time~

>>Added 11:45pm

I have officially given up on Wordpress. I will only use it when I manage to obtain access to a proper server. So get used to this interface.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/20/2005 02:18:00 PM

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Monday, August 15, 2005
Mysteries of the not-so explained: The MSN nick

It started with me downloading and watching this movie called 18. Its a short local film documenting the phenomenon of street grafitti revolving around '18?'. So, in its effect, I changed my MSN display name to '17?', only because I am seventeen years old.

Then my chat buddies ask me 'Whats with the "+17"?'. I was a little surpised as my nick was supposed to be '17?' and not '+17'.

Then Ms. X* suggested to add myself on MSN, which is, by the way, the coolest thing I have ever discovered about MSN. Oddly enough, I see myself on my own contact list as '+17'.

I did not tamper with this picture, it is authentic. Can you explain this mystery?

*Name(s) have been changed to protect privacy.

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Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/15/2005 09:40:00 PM

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no comment :D 

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To kill a cockroach in style




I downloaded a manga entitled "Akana-chan: Overdrive". Look what I found on one page.. Roach-extermination does not get any classier than this.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/15/2005 02:54:00 PM

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wah liew like that also can lol at
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Friday, August 12, 2005
As the haze dissipates..

The sky have been enveloped, the days darken. I stepped out bearing no hope for a greener sight. Starting my car, the gauge indicated a nearly-empty tank. And so began my day.

I kept my mileage low to avoid a dead engine; I just don't see any other way. Up the hill, some cars lined up behind me. Somehow, I did not hear any honking. Although I knew for sure that there were tons of it, I just did not hear it.

I refused to.

In the open road, they passed me by. Why would I look at the faces who wished I went to a place called hell?

Swearing at me? Yeah, sure I'll take some of it.. as long as you take some of mine as well.

Take it.

Take it.

They're all the same. The same human beings under the grey cloud of smoke, seeping into our lungs, into our veins, into our minds. Funny isn't it? How humans hurt others, but they are not even helping themselves when doing so?

I looked up and I saw the sun. It was red and perfectly round. Great.. even the sun is getting selfish. As I drove through town, I noticed that things were getting clearer. Was that curse in the midst of being lifted?

Smile all you want. Without the haze, it will feel empty. Not that there was something to fill my life in the first place. Everyday will be just as mundane as the last.

I felt the emptiness of my tank. It will run out, eventually. Just like my will would. The very will to walk, to talk, to emote. The time will come, I will be spent.

The cycle repeats.

Leaning on my car, parked by the ditch, I looked up again. I looked at the sky as if it was looking back.

I said in my heart for my mind to hear and for the sky to obey:

Take me away from this place.

This is not what really happened today. This is not what I really thought and felt today. This is just the result of self-epxression in the form of semi-fiction.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/12/2005 09:02:00 PM

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Tuesday, August 09, 2005
To shrink a Pringle

Here's something you don't find in Malaysia everyday: Mini Pringles. It is no longer than an inch in width. Cute huh.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/09/2005 08:27:00 PM

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Monday, August 08, 2005
The Adventures of Richard and Rashid - #3

This is the continuing series entitled 'The Adventures of Richard and Rashid', the story of a British commissioner, Richard O' Reily, who sailed to Malaya to educate an accidental Public Affairs Minister, Rashid bin Razak, in order to establish relations between the two worlds in the 18th Century.

At an obscure place in Malaya that nobody has ever heard of...

Richard: For the last time, Rashid, we - are - lost! We are more lost than that poetic herder from Turkey who got stranded in northern Prague back in the days of Boughberry! We should have taken the left turn a mile and a half ago!

Rashid : Alar.. janganlah merajuk, bos. Majlis Kebesaran Raja bermula esok, bukan hari ini..

Richard: Well, yes but I am not going to spend several hours trodding in this endless pathway reeking of animal excretion. This is insane!

Rashid : Sedikit busuk pun tak boleh tahan ke? Ya ampun..

Richard: There.. I see somebody. Go, ask him for directions.

Rashid : Assalamulaikum, bolehkah engkau beritahu arahan jalan ke Kota Bertikam?

Man : Ya, boleh.. Mula-mula, jalan terus sehingga petanda jalan di sana itu. Kemudian, belok kanan ke Jalan Tunku Muzaffar Al-Hashim..

Richard: (By George, that's the longest name for a road I have ever heard in my life..)

Man : .. itu terletak satu pondok. Di belakang pondok tersebut terdapat satu lorong, iaitu Lorong Datuk Syamsuddin Taufik bin Syamsul. Dari situ, pergi terus ke Bulatan Sultan Muhammad Mustafar bin Maharajalela Moktharuddin..

Richard: ...

Man : .. barulah sampai Kampung Aman. Ikut arah Timur ke Jalan Ahmad Iskandar Haji Oman dan kemudian ke Jalan Haji Oman Iskandar Ahmad..

Richard: (What... is... this place?)

Tune in next time for more... 'The Adventures of Richard and Rashid'

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Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/08/2005 12:27:00 AM

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Thursday, August 04, 2005
Enter: August 2005

And so it was, that the month of July has passed leaving us a trace of bittersweet memory that could only last for so long...

Oh hey, I got a new layout! Isn't it cool? Isn't it fabulous? Yes, it is! Yes, it is! I'm just loving them scenic photos. With this layout, I can switch to any other picture just like that! No more monotonous look, baby.


As I was saying, July was like a time for change. It was the time when security in England was put to the test. It was the time when Malaysia takes a step for the betterment of its economy. It was the time when the world unites as they pour their sympathy towards the poverty-stricken lands of Africa.


Guys! Guys! Check me out! I'm endorsing 100 Plus! Hahahaha.. I look like I'm kissing the can!

Coming back to my point, the past month had somewhat become a period of renewal personally. The way things came to be is very much different than what I would assume it would turn out at this point of time. Sitting on this lazy chair, I visualise myself in the position in which I could have been should I have continued studying in Taylor's College. It would be... a depressing sight.

Arghhh!!!! I haven't read The Half Blood Prince! Where in the world can I find someone willing to lend me a copy? Noooo.... this is the price I pay for not paying the price to buy the book. I'm dying to know who died!!

It would be in vain that I linger in my past, regardless of its significance in my present life. I shall set my gaze on the things that have not yet come to pass, despite not knowing whatever difficulties that lie ahead. May God has His will true and upright.

I'm sooooooooooo....... sleeeepppppyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/04/2005 10:46:00 PM

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you're dying to know who died? REALLY?!?! =D i could always telll youu... *grin* at
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Tuesday, August 02, 2005
To breath a cloud of smoke

In the late afternoon today, Bangsar Baru was covered in a smoky cloud of unknown origin. I do not know the full extent of the area affected by this phenomenon, but I do hope it will be gone in the morning. This is the best photo I can take to display its effects as I could not find a better viewpoint, riding in a car.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/02/2005 09:30:00 PM

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Monday, August 01, 2005
Today's Tech Tip - Toolbars

Do you find yourself accessing "My Documents" or any specific folder too often? In Windows XP, you can put a toolbar on your taskbar as a direct shortcut. All you have to do is follow these simple steps.

1. Right click on an empty spot on your taskbar
2. Go to Toolbars>>New Toolbar...
3. Select the desired folder

Now you can find the contents of that folder just by clicking on that little button. It's that simple. Enjoy.

Another piece of Justin Wong's mind at 8/01/2005 09:07:00 PM

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